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:: May 2010

T IS FOR THERMAPOOL GRANTS

Traditional Homes & Interiors May 2010

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:: Feb 2010

2004 Building Research Establishment (BRE) Report - Swimming Pool Heat Loss


:: June 2009

COLOUR OF MONEY

Pool & Spa Industry reports on some latest research carried out by energy efficiency specialist Topic UK

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:: Jan 2009

POOL & SPA INDUSTRY

WRAP UP FOR INSULATION
NEWS EARLY IN 2009

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:: June 2008

SWIMMING POOL NEWS

'IN THE MONEY'

TOPIC SECURES £2M
OF SUBSIDIES FOR THE POOL INDUSTRY

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:: March 2008

Insulation grants set to slash swimming pool related CO²


TOPIC UK secures £2 million of subsidies for the Swimming Pool industry.

Domestic swimming pool owners and installers can now benefit from a grant of up to £3500 per swimming pool to subsidise the cost of installing the CO2-reducing insulation system Therma Pool.

Negotiations between TOPIC UK founder, Nigel Rose and the UK government departments working to reduce climate change have resulted in a grant of £700-£3500 per pool being offered, depending on the fuel and soil type and the number of months heated per year. The government is capping the grants to a maximum of 1000 swimming pools claiming the grants per year.

Therma Pool is sold by the square metre, and consists of an adhesive mix interleaved with insulation boards. It can be applied as part of the construction process, or during renovation of an existing swimming pool or a liner change.

Only trained installers can install the product to ensure it is correctly applied, and to enable installers to buy it at the best possible price, according to the company.

TOPIC says Therma Pool can be installed in one day by two skilled plasterers or tilers, and offers a sizable sell-up opportunity for builders willing to explain the benefits to their customers - as well as helping make major savings on CO2 emissions.

According to the company, 1000 pools equipped with Therma Pool could save up to 10,000 tonnes of CO2 from going into the atmosphere and also save pool owners an estimated £11 million over the next ten years. The figures are based on work carried out in conjunction with the BSPF (British Swimming Pool Federation), BRE (Building Research Establishment) and the government department DEFRA (Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs).

TOPIC is seeking strategic partners and investors who can assist in rolling out Therma Pool across Europe.

The company is running two trade seminars to help swimming pool installers understand the full benefits of swimming pool installation to them and their customers.

© Copyright Stephen Delany - Eurospapoolnews.com

 

:: Feb 2008

Swimming Pool News 

"Thermapool Research Could Change Industry"

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:: Oct 2007

swimming pool

TOPIC attends Piscina BCN (International Swimming Pool Exhibition) in Barcelona.

Piscina BCN held in Barcelona is the international centre of promotion of the swimming pool and related equipment industry.

Thermapool was among 488 exhibitors (nationals and internationals) from 29 countries. 


:: Jan 2007

COMPANY SHORT LISTED FOR NATIONAL ENERGY SAVING INVENTION COMPETITION

'The Original Pool Insulation Company (TOPIC) fights off stiff competition for a chance to win £10,000'

Nigel Rose the Director has today been announced as a regional finalist in the E.ON EnergyLab competition – a nationwide search to find Britain’s next big energy saving innovations.

Since E.ON – one of the UK’s leading power and gas companies –  launched the competition in September, inventors, entrepreneurs and companies from across the country have been submitting their bright ideas in a bid to create the ‘next big thing’ in energy efficiency.

Nigel, is one of the lucky few whose inspired product has been short listed for the E.ON EnergyLab Award by a strict judging process headed-up by former ‘Tomorrow’s World’ presenter, Philippa Forrester and ITV ‘Dream Homes’ presenter and designer, Oliver Heath. 

The two judges are leading the search for clever creations that could revolutionise the future of energy and Nigel is now poised to pitch his companies product to the panel of industry experts in the regional heat in Cambridge on 15th January.

The winner of the E.ON EnergyLab Award will be awarded a £10,000 cash prize at the grand final to be held in London in March.  

Philippa Forrester said: “We’ve been blown away by the calibre of entries we have received for the E.ON EnergyLab; they have far exceeded our expectations.  Nigel’s company has an ingenious product – an energy efficient pool insulation system.  We can’t wait to meet him and hear more about this product which has the potential to change the way energy is used in swimming pools.”

Having seen off a host of other hopefuls to the Cambridge regional final, Nigel is delighted at the prospect of representing his company.

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:: April 2005

News Article - BRE Report "Het Loss in Swimming Pools" Coverage

Swimming Pools

 

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:: Sept 2004

Technology Focus News Article "Internal Insulation Innovation"

Swimming Pool Tiles 


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